Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LET1IBRIDGE DAILY HERALD May HEY DID JUST WHAHOO SAID Dill PIUS WOULD DO QuKDiic, P.Q. trie so iriuch good. ,They-do just what you circular that they wilt do. I can but congratulate mjself that I sent for tbe sample, and I bougl't a large box at my druggist's. I made up my mind that I shall be without theiii until I am cured. Ithank 5 many tnfles, for I had er found a reifc-dy to do ine any good until I tried Gin f UARIK Jlivi THEMADE-IN-CANADA TRAIN Reporting thV announcement th Canadian Market Aeaociatlo to rim mkde-tn-Canada Special E hlbitlcn tr.iln through western ptla, starting from Toronto in Ilia Do just ns Madame Dnchenc write for a free sample of Gin Pills, and try them for Kidney Trouble, Irritated Bladder, Painful or Suppressed Urine, Pain in the Back, Rheumatism, Sciatica, or Lumbago. If they benefit you, get the regular size boxes at vour druggist's or. 6 for will reach on-May 21. After thai the Itinerary'.will cover some-100 In Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Al berta.'following the lines of the CHII Hallway.'-ILli the pur pose of the association to run ovei tho othor lines1 in ensuing years. Ono particular- feature of' th. scheme is the eagerness-with which (ho Winnipeg manufacturers -are re- ceiving it. One'special'Winnipeg car :ias been arranged so man> applications have been -made for spaco that they are now asking for a second -car. Eastern regard this-wtatern zeal' strong ndication of the progress of inanii acturing in tlio mfddlo west, and In omo cases the enthusiaitm of the vesterners has put to shanie the more ardy attitude-'of thfe "established east- ern houses. What the Train Will Show The exhibition 'train will include a epresentativo showing of such made- n-Canada of tex- iles, GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO MEET IN EDMONTON beds, springs, mattresses, engines, imokiiiK house pioducti, "'unfection ery. rubber goods, salt. Itoilaks, farm implements, "iiaints cement, jewelry and wat- Dr. McQueen is Likely to Be Selected Mod- erator The General Assembly ot the Pres- byterian Canada holds Ua annual this year 'In Edition- ton, AllaVVIt' opens on Wednesday June fith and usuallj lasts nine days.. It is of such general inter- est that the following (acts will lie appreciated: -Members of assembly are called commissioners, and consist'Of minis ters and elders equally divided. -They by. rotation, except ths fi thers of -the church, who receive the courtesy of the .younger brethren aild 'elected1'by their presbyteries ev- ery year.. Orie-slstli is the p.roporsion allowed and4 this 1ms been found lo be almost unwieldly. But 'to reduce the number to one-eighth has beeii voted down. In round uunibers there will four hundred at the coming meeting. The chairman bears the title ot ches, silver plate, and all kinds of moderator. He is elected at the first sheet metal products. The arrange'nrent of the (Jars will be as follows A model house fully furnished, and of 'numerous Bederunt of the assembly and holds Canadian factories. Composite showing inei process of manufacture of raw steel J'ears ago. into its many Oner forms office for a year. He receives no sal- ary but the office is considered to be the highest gift of the church. There are fourteen former moderators still alive, Dr. Mc.MulIen, Woodstock, be- the! tne ntstor He had tlia honor 2 R P D D, In addition to t'lje actual exhibits be git en on board by lectures T. H.. Race, of Mitchell, Oat., wlio has been Canada's representative 'at Toronto, has the office at present Tha General Assembh is the high est of four courts The sinods number eight come next. Then there arc seventy presbyteries and 23ST ses- Hie'.church from absolute want not likely to attract to the ranks pe pie who love "the golden touch." The church Is growing. 123 im were, added to the force last year overtake new Holds which wei opened In our land 2'i abroad to aid their over-worked fello missionaries Two additional presb lories wore formed 8388 now men bors were taken Into the chinch An n total'of half a million dollars the increase 'of offerings for all poses. Theie me two church treiburers Rei John Sometime DD, Toronto acts for tho western section at a sn ary of J3UOO, and Kov.-B.-A. McCurd D.D., Hail-tax, looks after the east wit; a stipend. There is no offlc ial church paper except a small mon thly magazine" which IB sold at twenty five cents a year. This is the flue old, Record whose editor is Rev E Scott D.D., Montreal. There are how- ever representing the denomination. The Witness, Halifax whose editor is Kev. Geo. S. Carson, B.A., successor to the beloved and brilliant Robort JIurrai, IB a ierj pop ular paper iu .the cast.. The Presby- terian, Toronto, whose editor Is Rev. R. Haddow, a.wide circula- tion in the western section. Then (hero Is the WesUand, EUmonton, 'which is growing in the hands of Mr. Aubrey Fullerton. The church owns her own Sabbath school'publications. They hav-e attained great success un- Cars win be left here .4th to lath to iillow- ex; Jlaj 18th from Maj hibitqrs ,tb 'assemble their goods. Visit a Hundred Cities' They will then proceed to Montreal the World's Fairs held m Australia E'ons of goiernment is de- fsew Zealand, Britain and Belglu He will giie, as it -Setc, word p tures o-f industrill and agricultur Ufa the world- over. CAN SEtl THE COFFEE York, llaj 28 Lacomb this morning filed a decision of th Federal Circuit Court-Judge, denjin the motion for an injunction to strain (he alleged Brazilian coffe combine from parting with 95000 bags of coffee.in warehouses1 of Ne' and Ottawa, and thence to Port Dock Company in Brcokljn. "Count Your Blessings" WOULD you be willing to go back to the standards of living that prevailed in n' In spite of all the praise of "the .good old would you be content to give up the many conveniences' we have gained in the past century? Former generations knew nothing of the luxuries of modern travel with its observation cars, individual lights in Pullman berths, phonograph recitals, rich appoint ments, home-like comforts, and special safety devices with which the modern railway system, surrounds its passengers. The rural telephone now ptaces tfie farmer in instant communication with the source of the latest market reports, and saves him many hours of precious time in the event of'sickness dent. The introduction of the typewriter and adding machine has lightened the load and lengthened the day of the business office. It was 'Advertising that first pro- chimed the usefulness of these df- vices, that created an immediate and universal demand for them, that estab- lished a world-wide distribution which made them readily accessible to us all. McCormick invented the reaper and thereby, made himself an everlasting benefactor of the farmer. But it Advertising that carried the wo.jderful 'news with its significance to the "man with the ho3." You know what horscwork uted to be. Realize what it is now, since the 'advent'of tanitary plumbiiig fixtures, bot-water heating, vacuum cleaners, 'and electric household appliances. Advtrtising has brought these things into your home. It has eliminated drudgery. mocntlc as opposed to monarchial The supreme court Is one of appeal, and through, the delegates legislates for the whole.church. One million and a half dollars are raised for ministers' salaries The highest n St Pauls, Montreal, boing 17300 and a manse, while the mini mum is J100 and manse Over nine hundred thousand dollars are raised for the tariotis schemes These com prise the ten departments of mission work There are twenty men who gne theh whole time as general sec rctarlei, treasurers and superintend- ents The, Mlwies-range from 13000 tn .1. cli Is one" of best managed institutions in Can ada j the exBense account is only three per cenili iriiat is, it takes tliree cents send_the dollai to the mis sionarj There In active der the editorship of Rev. It. Douglas Fraser, D.D., and Rev. .1. McD. Dun- can, D.D., both of Toronto. Tile Blue Book which contains G3G pages, states that the first sederunt, that is, -the opening; session, is occu- pied with a sermon the Moderator, nho is referred to as "the Right Hei erend." Then on Sunday there are tw0 sermons. The Moderator and the two clerks appear on the platform rob- ed in their black Geneia gonns, and the preacher, been appoint- The cus 'MADE-IN-CANADA' Train Exhibition one hundred inter- esUo were ordained and 52 oidamed are out n the frontiers'of Canada It a'mln ster has served for forty years he may retire bn'i'a yearly allowance of 400; The suin he has paid into'the und during that time will be equal o vear's grant If he has ailed to pay rates he receives notii ng from the "church If he retires Ha fewer j ear s sen Ice, his remun ration will be in proportion 120 rew rates last vear. 28 beirg nobla eterans with full honors of duration, 0 of the others reach up to a high fig re, protmg that preaching is a fair healthy work. The women' of the manses not eglected There are 202 widows re living'their annuities. The-amount about JlbO to each There is pro sion for orphans. These.figures.al- ougB securing the aged servants of i jear Rev Hamilton, nnd-Hev. Q, China, tilled the office. At fo'ur o clock in the .afternoon, the Sacra- ment of the Lord's Supper is dispen- sed. Moderator presides, and a row o-f noted Fathers assist. A selec- tion of elders from all parts of the. church perform their time honored duties. This has always been a most solemn'and blessed service. This Is the' fifth (time that-the As somhly. has-come: this side, of "the halfnaj house" Winnipeg was the city on three occasions; and .Vannnnyor m .Tn inalr.. till., journey to Edmonton is a clear indi cation ot the strength and future hope of the Western chinch It is also In keeping ulth the energj which has marked the fortunes of Presbyter wnism in the West lor the last nuar ter of a centur; There is a third con slderation It comes this jear to cheer the- men on the firing line and camp with them for a season This gives a strong support to the nomination of so niaiij presb) terles that Rev D G JlcQiueen, DD, Ed- monton, mil te nevt Moderator Ha has not sought It But his ser Vices have been so full erf self-sacri- fice !and rare judgment, that the hon- or- comes spontaneously upon him. If it should happen, it would be the cli- max to the high festivities which are bplnp prepared to. mark the quarter century of his ministry in the First Ihurch of lhat city. mer so deeply impressed during his tours by. the opportunities that existed in Canada that he determined to manj as possible of the lea'ding business men and manufactui ers.of Groat Britain visit the Domin- ion and see for themselves the pos- sibilities that, exist in Canada for commercial expansion and the estab- lishment' of branch industries. The Dominion got eminent has git en its warm appro at and fauppoit to the undertaking, Hou George E FOB tei, the Minister of Trade and Com realizing th'at the. visit such a 'representative .gathering of busi- ness. .men from -.Great Britain cannot faii to prove of the most marked Jrent fit to the Dominion'and also'tend to strengthen the .'commercial ties be- tween Canada and tho Mother Coun- try. The part} which is accoulmgly coming out under the auspices of the Canadian Government will sail from "It Ins been a long job getting my idea formed into practic.il realization, but It Is done at last, and 1 am leatlng for lioma now assured that the project will be an unqualified success And in saving that I must pav a tribute to tho tt hole heat tod support which I hate repelled in the determent of the greit Idea from the mambers ot the .Dominion Government and espec- ially tiom Hon Geoige T Foatei, Minister of Trade and Commerce. 'And that it is a great Idea, 1 am sure you wjll admit .when i.'tcli yon tint the pioject invohes some of the men -.of the Mother Country leaving their bus! nesses for .two months to sec for themselves what opportunities 'Canada offers for the developinent-of -British trade and for the investment of Brit- ish capital. Every one o't the visit- ors will be either the chairman or the managing director of half a linn dred of Jho leading industries! of Brit- ain, from steel w orks AT SARNIA, ONTARIO Port Huron, Standard Oil Company is spending a million dollars in Improvements and .the erection of new: buildings for..its Imperial oll: refinery In Oht'., directly opposite .Port: Huron. offices are. being built -and .a large acreage has purchased for future buildings The statement in nude that: (he Standard Oil Company, may its American and Canad- Isn interests in Saroia, In. order', to escape tboMaws. of. the OJ. S. which under .Supreme.'-Court :de- clsionjirder company Divided In- to companies There are now eight hundred at work In Simla at the plant, of the Imperial and owned br the com. j are carrying t mt of oil to WILL NEED A FAT ACCOUNT Washington, D.C., May of the .largest judgments against an In- dividual ever decreed by the Supreme Court of the United States, was an nounced toda) against Albert S Blge low, of Boston He will be called up on to pay 3. judgment: of together with interest, 'which will probably bring the total to minion Copper Mining and Smelting WHITE _' STAR iRGEST CANADA Sailings from Montrtil Every Saturday for Liverpool, calling at Qirtbtc .11..Junt 8, July I. 11, Junt 15, July 13. 25r June 22, July. 20 June 29, July 27. 38 MEGANTIC Largtat and steameri in Canadian trade Staunch and ftKcellent accommodations lor MODERATE RATE SERVICE Teutonic and S.S. Canada carry one (End) cabin only The best these at earners afford at moderate rates, also comfortable third-class two, four and tlx-berth rooms. Kor rates piano il- liwtrated booklets, etc., apply to nillwar or steamship agents or to W, M. McLfOD, C.W.P.A. 133 Main Wlnnit Uvenioolon May 31st, and will ar- rive at Quebec on June 6th, they will be offlcialij welcomed to the Dominion From Quebec the pirtj ill proceed by special train on a tour of the Dominion first .siting the Maritime Provinces and subse quently, Ontario, the Western Provinces and- British Columbia'; Leth'bridse.Is-included in the itin- erary of the tour and the is scheduled-to arrive here on or. about July 10 Regarding the -tour and its object Leonard Palmer, the organiz- ing; director of the .tour who recently visited and conferred with Hon George E Foster, Minister ot Trade and Commerce, regarding the arrangements Bailing for home to arrange'for the departure of the party from Liverpool, said '-I am he able to teli you that I have succeeded iu_ my mission, and., that Canada will this summer have occasion, to welcome thd most representative of business men, which has ever ;left Great Britain to visit any of self governing dojinn ions of the said W Leonard Palmer, ot the London. Financial News, to the Free Press jestertiay DOING WELL AND NEED NO CHANGE Nawfoundland'i Attitude Towardc An. nexation Described Ottawa, May of Newfoundland toward federation 'with Canada is that of a man doing well in R small Tvay TV ho refuses the of a rich neighbor, bccfl-iiiie he prefers his own independence. Sir Ralph Williams, Gov- ernor-General of Nowfoundland, who is here en Toute fiom Toronto where he met the of Connaught oij behalf of himself and the colony no represents KG will spend sonic time in Montreal and turns. "The people. of Newfoundland have every respect for Canada, its wealth and its resources, but just at present t0 rsrua'r. he Btated.JTimei are-good there now if they do not remain so tho feeling mav change. we think we are doing prcttv Sir Ralph would not discuss lh-a' fiuestion of reciprocity between N'e'w- foiliMlland and the but said Ihftt personftUy he'wtts glad ada had turned It down He Ill see Borde'n and other memberp of the and TilH be dered a. luncheon bj the piemier to' "The project, represents -many months of work and. but thanks to of the Do- minion Government and of. the rail- nay companies, it is assured of success. I .am" glad to" be able to tell 3foii that I have the assurance of sup- POT t entertainment ft om ery citj in Canada and from all jour business organizations who have real- at once the veiy great import- ance .the enterprise. hope that tho results of this trip will be such that it will, 'be-but the pioneer 6f others As to its flnnn clnl advantages to Canada and Can- adians I. have ho doubt whatflver, "Wo have opened ah-office in the Windsor Hotel in Montreal, in cliarge of John Boyd, a well-known former ne-wspaper onan, and any civic offic- ials or representatives of business or- ganizations who wish t0 get information as to the itinerary or otfc- er arrangements, will be supplied by him upon rerjucst, "It be ,i fljing trip in one sense of the word, but our arrangements been- so our guests wiirbe able to see of Can- ada that is worth seeing without waat ing a spare minute The result 'must be beneficial both to British industry and to the Canadian consumers, tot that it will biing lhe Brit iah" manufachiier for the first time, into direct and intimate connection with the Canadian market; ami tftnis the reproach that British manuraciurers do not to cater to Canadian needs.1' CIIIIIH unifii in. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEiEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Route to London on Ton PalMM. St. Lawranee R II S Royal George 29 RMS Royal Edwtrd June II RMS Rojtl Oeorje June 26 'of Peseesc 1st claw anil npwirds 2nd n nnd 3rd cliui Bristol or London Ask nny iallwn> or stenmihlp agent.; for llhutrttwl Dooklclt rfttefi, .etc., or m'rlie. A TT A. U.JJAV18, .WINNIPEG Or i.B.MITCHeLL', C.P.R- Lethhrldfe.